"Like looking through a window into another world"
-=- The premiere panorama viewer -=-
• Designed to give you the best experience, resolution, and functionality possible.
• View QuickTime VR files, including objects, and equirectangular 360°
• By turning your device you can look anywhere in your image, and zoom in and out.
• Import & export your panos from anywhere in iOS.
• iPano lets you keep a collection of your panos in full resolution on your device.
• Overlay the camera -=- Augmented reality meets panorama viewer.
• Please note iPano is a viewer, and does not capture images.
Added support for newer devices.
Added support for more QuickTimeVR formats.
Added drag + drop, another great way to share between apps.
Added the ability to group and organize in the iPano Library.
Ratings and Reviews
Very nice, some polishing required
It's very nice: images loads and renders fast and sharp (tested with 8000x4000px), and I especially like easy and straightforward managing of photos (offline storage are great option). However some improvements would be most appreciated - folders inside pano documents for example, and please, please do something to your starting screen menu - it's design just not as good as it could be.
iPano is a very simple app and is very easy to use. As part of my job I produce 3D renders for prospective clients. Many of our clients are interested in seeing a visual concept before committing to the design. By adding a spherical lens to my camera in 3DS Max, I can capture a 360 degree photorealistic panoramic image. The camera movement is very smooth and reads the jpeg image just fine. There is a little distortion if you are zoomed all the way out but that can easily be remedied by zooming in just a little. Very pleased with this app!
Versatile and effective. Some memory annoyances
I got this app a few weeks ago when I needed a way to show my VR panos to clients and employers. So far it has done a great job. Between jpegs and now QuickTime VR files, I can show off my work quickly without a comp. Since the iPad res of these images is about the same as you would see the images on web, it very accurately shows what a client could expect to see on their website.
Two things I would really like to see added. First is some kind of picture frame mode that displays a selected pano and scrolls around it slowly. Maybe even make it so e user can specify custom scroll paths.
Second is the ability to put on much larger, high res images. Hardware limitations are likely a big issue, but higher res would be such a plus.
Only negative thing I'd like to mention is the app can crash if the image being loaded is too big for the hardware. I easily crash my original iPad switching between multiple 4096x2048 jpegs, which is apparently a bit beyond recommended but incidentally, I ignore the crashes cause the resolution is worth it.
Great work! Keep it up! Can't wait to see those updates. First review for this app and for me personally! Wewt
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.